Wake Forest University: Multiple Online Faculty in the Master of Science in Business Analytics Program [Winston-Salem, NC]
Wake Forest University is seeking a Multiple Online Faculty in the Master of Science in Business Analytics Program in Winston-Salem, NC. Course needs include Multivariate Analysis & Experimental Design; Forecasting; Leading the Analytics Organization; and Practicum Project.
At: Wake Forest University
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Position: Multiple Online Faculty in the Master of Science in Business Analytics Program
The Wake Forest University School of Business is seeking qualified candidates to help develop and teach courses in the online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program – a 24-month program with courses that have both synchronous and asynchronous components developed over two semesters through hands-on collaboration with faculty, staff, and instructional designers. Designed for working professionals, the curriculum prepares students to: 1.) identify business challenges that can be solved using data, 2.) leverage data to find solutions to business challenges, and 3.) influence their organizations by presenting how insightful analysis will solve challenges. With an emphasis on training across the full spectrum of analytics methodologies, graduates can apply their enhanced skills to real-time business challenges in areas such as finance, marketing, operations, and human resources.
Wake Forest University has a strong sense of community with faculty and staff who are dedicated to the mission of educating the whole person, and the School of Business has consistently placed among the world’s best by major ranking organizations. As stated by Dr. Jeff Camm (Associate Dean of Analytics Programs, Professor, Inmar Presidential Chair in Business Analytics, & Executive Director of the Center for Analytics Impact), "The Wake Forest MSBA program is connected to the marketplace, where opportunities in the field of business analytics have exploded. Through our on-campus and online programs, we provide the necessary technical skills, business acumen, and experiential learning to equip students with the skills to drive analytics into action."
Candidates need to have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Management Science, Operations Management, Operations Research, Statistics, or a related field in business and 10+ years of industry experience.
Course needs include:
- Multivariate Analysis & Experimental Design;
- Leading the Analytics Organization; and
- Practicum Project.
Inquiries about this opportunity should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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